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Histopathological Findings in Systemic Organs
Japan (IFMSA-Japan) - Fukui University, Fukui
Department of tumor pathology
Hiroshi Itoh, M.D Ph.D.
Sakon Noriki, M.D Ph.D
Type of Research Project
- Clinical Project without Laboratory work
What is the background of the project?
__The student do the pathological analysis on an autopsy case with the student of this school.
What is the aim of the project?
The aim of this project is studying the histopathological findings in systemic organs with autopsy cases and biopsy cases. Immunohistochemistry, special staining, PCR will be used for diagnosis, if they are necessary. Not only diagnosing the disease but also these methods (techniques) can be learnt through the histopathological diagnosis.
What techniques and methods are used?
The observation of the specimen with the microscope is important.
What is the role of the student?
What are the tasks expected to be accomplished by the student?
The student acquires the knowledge of the histopathological findings of disease, and understands the disease.
Will there be any theoretical teaching provided (preliminary readings, lectures, courses, seminars etc)
There is a seminar of the diagnostic method before the program begins.
What is expected from the student at the end of the research exchange? What will be the general outcome of the student?
- The student will prepare a poster - The student will prepare a presentation
What skills are required of the student? Is there any special knowledge or a certain level of studies needed?
Basic knowledge of pathology of the disease
Are there any legal limitations in the student’s involvement
Type of students accepted
This project accepts: - Medical students
- https://bmcmedimaging.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12880-016- 0174-4
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